Top 6 sectors that will be going virtual

Last year, the world experienced a turning point in the event management industry. Virtual events were embraced and clients & brands started to realize the potential of virtual events. Today, everyone is looking for the best alternative solution to reconnect people in an effective & efficient way.

Statistics show that 80% of virtual event attendees join for the purpose of education, with the next big reason being networking. Moreover, virtual events and activities are considered by a high majority of marketers (87%) to be a huge success factor in generating marketing opportunities.

The numbers look great for virtual events. But have you considered that the opportunities to utilize virtual spaces are unlimited? From graduations & career fairs to tradeshows, workshops and more. Avenues of going virtual are only limited to your imagination! Below, we’ve listed a few activities that you can migrate to the virtual space:

  1. Trade shows

    When it comes to businesses trying to promote their products & services, using a virtual platform can amplify your audiences and create multiple networking opportunities for people from across the globe. Virtual product demos using cutting edge technology can really enable exhibitors to put their best foot forward.

  2. Career fairs

    As the world is becoming more connected, it is important that recruiters and potential employees from different parts of the world have a platform to connect and engage. With virtual career fairs it would be a great chance to meet with experienced bright minds and fresh graduates from all over the world.

  3. Graduation ceremony

    Whether it’s a drive through ceremony or online meeting platforms, a physical graduation ceremony is difficult to replicate. A graduation ceremony has an emotional aspect for students, as it signifies the success they have achieved along with their peers and teachers. A 3D virtual simulation of graduation ceremony can effectively simulate the experience with all students coming together and actually receiving their degrees in front of their peers and loved ones.

  4. Retail shops

    Online shopping has grown exponentially in the last year, from fashion to food to groceries and now even fuel, people are opting out for contactless, remote shopping. Imagine a virtual mall, where you can actually live the shopping experience, try on clothes, speak to sales attendant, visit multiple brand outlets. Virtual shops/malls can facilitate people from anywhere in the world, catering to a varied range of customers, integrated with ecommerce and delivery to create a seamless shopping process.

  5. Virtual offices

    Today, we are a part of the gig economy, freelancers and companies are connecting with each other from different parts of the world to produce work remotely. The biggest companies in the world are experimenting with remote working, where employees can work from anywhere and still be connected. Virtual offices are here to simulate the physical office experience, being able to accommodate as many employees as possible and without restrictions of being present physically.

  6. Virtual education

    Learning is a non-stop cycle and virtual schools / universities can facilitate the continuity and also reach remote areas where education infrastructure is not well developed. This is the opportunity to provide equal opportunities and quality education to the world, by simply simulating a school structure on the virtual space.

The virtual world has many more applications that can be explored, the potential is limitless. Discover the future of work, retail, education and much more with eve virtual.